A bold and sleek mukluk, designed by Aboriginal artist Corrine Hunt. Keep stylish and cozy this winter - this mukluk has a sheepskin shearling foot liner. The vibram sole also features a tipi design.
** Note - This mukluk fits a little bigger. We recommend going one size down than you'd normally wear. For example, if you normally wear a size 7, then we recommend getting a size 6.
The Bear Gatherer pattern was designed by Aboriginal artist Corrine Hunt. The bear was the clan symbol of Corrine's great-great grandmother, Anisalaga. Descended from a line of powerful Chiefs, Anisalaga would spend nearly a year weaving a single blanket to be worn only by noble family members. Anisalaga wove 13 of these "chilkat robes" but only three remain in the Hunt family. Corrine has been working on a film to document the other robes. One was recently repatriated by the Umista Cultural center in Alert Bay with funds from the Canadian Government's National Treasures Fund.
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